Authorities Say 9 Mexican Mafia Savages Charged in Spring Break Stabbing

KRGV-TV — Weslaco, Texas
Cameron Co., Texas — Authorities say nine Mexican Mafia members accused in a stabbing at South Padre Island during Spring Break are now charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and engaging in criminal activity. — The group from the San Antonio area is allegedly connected to the March 17 stabbing of 21-year-old Derek Madrigal. He was hospitalized for 10 days following the attack… Read More

Friend: Alleged scumbag invader / triple-killer was active in gang

San Francisco ChronicleVile MS13 Bitch Boy
An acquaintance of the man accused of gunning down a father and his two sons in San Francisco testified Wednesday that the defendant had been an active member of the MS-13 gang, countering defense arguments that he had been trying to leave the gang life to spend more time with his wife and baby. — Marvin Medina, 25, testified in the triple-murder trial of Edwin Ramos [pictured] that the alleged killer had been one of the gang members who counted to 13 as Medina was “jumped in” – beaten and kicked – as part of his initiation into the Pasadena Locos Sureños faction of MS-13, also known as PLS. — Just hours after Medina was jumped in to the gang, he said, Ramos drove him to San Francisco to show him “the territory.” Read More

Colombian invader arrested in ’07 Loudoun gang-related assault

Naomi Jagoda — Washington ExaminerGang Scum
A man was arrested in western Loudoun County [Va.] in connection with a 2007 gang assault, authorities said. — Victor Hernandez-Suaza, 23, of Colombia, was arrested Feb. 1 on charges of two counts of assault by mob and two counts of participating in a criminal act to benefit a gang, according to the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office. — Hernandez-Suaza is at the Loudoun County Detention Center without bond. He is also being held on a federal detainer from Immigration and Customs Enforcement, officials said. — Authorities identified Hernandez-Suaza as one of 11 suspects in a Sept. 21, 2007 gang assault at an apartment complex in Ashburn… Read More

Deported Mexican invader arrested again

Johnston County Herald — Smithfield, NC
Immigration authorities again are trying to deport a suspected gang member who moved to Selma after twice crossing the Mexican border illegally, according to authorities. — Smithfield police on Jan. 25 arrested Lloyd Wilborn “Negro” Berthram, 26, of 408 Lizzie St. — He was wanted by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, which took him to an Alamance County detainment center. — According to U.S. District Court filings, Berthram – who also uses the names Samuel Ernesto Berthram-Martinez and Daniel Berthram – was deported to Mexico in 2010 after he served time for an armed robbery in Duplin County. He was told he couldn’t return to the country without permission from the U.S. Attorney General… Read More

70 arrested in Chattanooga police sweep

Chattanooga (Tenn.) Times-Free Press
A citywide sweep by Chattanooga, Hamilton County and federal officers netted 21 felony arrests and 49 misdemeanor arrests over two days, police said Saturday. — Spokesman Nathan Hartwig said police were responding to a rash of robberies in recent weeks. — One of the people arrested in the Thursday-Friday roundup is suspected of involvement in the robberies, Hartwig said. Eight people were arrested on federal indictments, of which three are validated gang members, he said. — Officers also executed 29 arrest warrants and 3 search warrants, made 116 traffic stops and handed out 113 moving citations, Hartwig said. They conducted seven probation/parole checks, made 10 gang arrests and 34 gang contacts… Read More

Gang-banging invader arrested after kidnapping, stabbing

Victorville (Calif.) Daily PressGang Scum
A Hesperia man who belongs to a Los Angeles-area gang is in jail after he allegedly kidnapped a man, drove him out to a remote location and repeatedly stabbed the victim before leaving him for dead, San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Hesperia station officials said Thursday. — Hesperia deputies and members of the station’s SMASH Gang Team arrested Juan Perez Silva, 33, of Hesperia on Wednesday afternoon at a home in the 16300 block of Pine Street, Susan Rose, spokeswoman for the Hesperia station, said. — At the home investigators found drugs, according to a release. — Officials believe Silva is part of a Highland Park gang from Los Angeles… Read More

Invader in Bologna murder case finally comes to trial

Associated Press
Jury selection is set to begin Tuesday for the murder trial of an illegal [alien] accused of fatally shooting a man and his two sons in San Francisco traffic. — Prosecutors say Edwin Ramos was a member of the MS-13 street gang and mistook one of the sons for gang rivals. — Ramos allegedly opened fire on 48-year-old Tony Bologna and sons 20-year-old Michael and 16-year-old Matthew at an Excelsior District intersection on June 22, 2008. — The shootings sparked public outrage over the city’s policy for illegal [aliens]. Under a loophole, juveniles charged with felonies were not turned over for deportation, which allowed Ramos to stay in the U.S. despite his criminal record… Read More

Alleged gang leaders arrested in Marble Hill

Riverdale Press — Bronx, NYGang Scum
Thirty-eight alleged members of the Bronx Trinitarios Gang were arrested in a multi-agency sweep in Marble Hill and Northern Manhattan on Dec. 6, and authorities are searching for a dozen more. — Those arrested were among 50 people indicted. Forty-one were charged with racketeering conspiracy related to narcotics trafficking, murder and attempted murder. Others were hit with charges related to firearms trafficking and drug sales.  — Agents executed search warrants at 22 locations in the Bronx and Manhattan, including at 97 Marble Hill Ave., a Drug Enforcement Agency source confirmed… Read More

MS-13 gang members sentenced to life in prison

Gailann Jarocki — The ExaminerOff to Jail
On December 1st, five San Francisco-area members of the La Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) gang were convicted by a jury on Aug. 30, 2011 after a five-month trial. — Marvin Carcamo, aka “Cyco,” 31; Angel Guevara, aka “Peloncito,” 30; Moris Flores, 22; Jonathan Cruz-Ramirez, 22; and Erick Lopez, aka “Spooky,” 23, were all sentenced December 1,2011 to life in prison by U.S. District Judge William Alsup in the Northern District of California. — According to the evidence presented at trial, Carcamo and Guevara directed members of 20th Street to threaten micaros; individuals who sold counterfeit identification cards, known as “micas;” who operated in 20th Street’s territory in the Mission District… Read More

4 cholos busted in lowrider show murders

Seattle TimesGang Scum
About 250 people were at the July car show in Kent [Wash.], bumping to the music of a rap group, when one of the performers invited the audience to throw out gang hand signs, police say. — The resulting display of gang affiliation sparked a shootout between rival Latino gang members, according to police, and left 12 people injured and more than a half-dozen men facing criminal charges. — On Thursday, Kent Police Chief Ken Thomas announced the arrest of four men in connection with the July 23 shooting in the parking lot of the La Plaza strip mall. Police say two other men have been charged with assault and are being sought on warrants… Read More